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Changing the learning trajectory

February 11, 2016

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When it comes to adaptive learning resources, we should turn our focus from how they change. in response to student learning to how they change the student’s learning trajectory.

For students in grades 3-9, we use data from adaptive assessments to predict their 12th grade ACT scores. This helps us ensure they are on the path to and through college…

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While our data team helps schools to use adaptive assessments to make predictions

 

 

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my team, the innovation team, uses adaptive resources to break them…

 

 

There are several ways that we use adaptive assessment data to inform and improve adaptive content…

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We used data from adaptive assessments to ask “What works?” and discover how our students and teachers worked it…We use adaptive assessment data to go beyond fidelity of use and define excellence in use to ensure all learners optimally leverage adaptive content.  Most recently, we began using knowledge of adaptive content to designed a tool that could inform use of online content school-wide instructional design

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